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IATA announces a tool to calculate CO2.

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IATA introduces a tool for commercial aircraft to calculate carbon emissions online.

As per source The international Air Transport Association has introduces a new online tool that can gave exact CO2 emission calculation from any commercial flights. The tool is response for  growing demand of CO2 data transparency that linked to airlines and actual fuel burn information and load factors.

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As sponsored by Qatar Airways, the 78th IATA Annual General Meeting & World Air Transport Summit will continue through tomorrow, June 21. The three-day conference attracts more than a thousand aviation executives from IATA member airlines, governments, business stakeholders, alliance partners, and the media. Federal WSA additions played a big effect in CO2 emissions.

It connects available to companies with the travel value chain, like travel management companies, travel agencies, airlines and multinational corporations. It has ability to access the relevant CO2 emission data and integrate it in customized manner into their existing flight. The tool also permits the consolidation of data for reporting purposes said by Frederic Leger, A senior vice president for commercial product and services.

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IATA CO2 connect utilizes the newly developed CO2 ‘Calculation Methology ‘adopted by this sector. This is the conceived by leading partners from 20 airlines.

 

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